"Black Swan" star Mila Kunis is striking on the cover in this weekend's Los Angeles Times Magazine.
In the magazine's Oscars issue, Kunis talks about the difference between doing comedy -- like her work in "That 70s Show" and the upcoming "Friends with Benefits" -- and drama, like "Black Swan," saying “I love doing comedies. They’re just as hard, if not harder, to make work, compared with a drama. You work 17 hours a day, and you have to try to make things different and funny and relatable onscreen all at the same time.
Mila, who has nothing in the pipeline except "Friends with Benefits," also explains why she's taking some time off between projects -- telling the mag, "I know people say this all the time, but it’s true: I don’t ever want to work for the sake of working. I was very lucky to have a show for eight years. Now I can sit back and think about what I want.”
Check out more with Mila this weekend, when the full interview goes up on LATimesMagazine.com.
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